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Rotating teacher strikes continue: List of affected school boards – CTV News

January 17, 2020 KITCHENER — The union representing Ontario’s public elementary teachers says rotating strikes will continue next week. ETFO says three school boards will be participating in one-day job…

Kuujjuaq kindergarten class learns to skin a caribou – Nunatsiaq News

17 January 2020 “We did pretty good with the help of our students” Kindergarten students at Pitakallak School in Kuujjuaq got a lesson in preparing a caribou on Jan. 15.…

United Nations says criminal groups targeting Indigenous and Afro-Colombian groups in Columbia – APTN News

January 16, 2020 The United Nations says armed groups linked to criminal activities are targeting human rights defenders who work with Indigenous groups and Afro-Columbians in “staggering” numbers and is…

‘A colossal waste’: BC Hydro report hints at cost overruns at Site C dam – The Narwhal

A revealing update from BC Hydro says the project’s budget — which has grown from $6.6 billion to $10.7 billion — is now ‘under pressure’ and ‘did not contemplate certain…

Lipstick to learning: How Indigenous women are using businesses to end violence – Globalnews.ca

January 17, 2020 When Jenn Harper dreamed of a young native Canadian girl in lip gloss she knew she had found a way to help her community. The dream in…

Lake St. Martin First Nation residents still waiting to go home after nine years – CTV News

January 16, 2020 WINNIPEG — Some residents of Lake St. Martin have been waiting nine years to return home, since a flood destroyed the land in 2011. Now the First…

Dene Nation seeks formal apology for TB treatment in ‘Indian hospitals’ – CBC

Dene in the Northwest Territories part of $1.1 billion-lawsuit against hospitals Jan 17, 2020 The Dene Nation is seeking a formal apology for the way its members were treated in…

The Year Ahead: Mayor Daniel Reynard – Daily Miner and News

January 17, 2020 Since Daniel Reynard was sworn in as Kenora’s new mayor December 2018, he said the city’s been focused on fixing Kenora’s ageing infrastructure, efforts Reynard hopes to…

Hereditary Chiefs well within their rights to protest Coastal GasLink project says UNBC professor – CKPGToday.ca

Jan 16, 2020 PRINCE GEORGE — Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs continue to blockade the Coastal GasLink pipeline despite Elected Chiefs being OK with the project. The ‘divide and conquer’ approach, as…

Jason Goodstriker, First Nations leader and Fair Deal panel member, passes away – rdnewsnow.com

Jan 17, 2020 AIRDRIE- The province’s Fair Deal Panel cancelled its scheduled town hall event in Airdrie Thursday evening due to the death of one of the panel members. It…

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